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Eat At Joe's (SubPop, 1999) is another honest excursion in the archives
of tradition, save that this time the ragtime piano is not as prominent
and the stylistic is broader. Fewer nostalgic nods to the 1920s and 1930s and
a few rock and roll punchs make it also a (relatively) more modern album.
Given the smaller doses of fast-paced piano-based ragtime numbers
(All You Despise, Ragtime Band),
the center of gravity shifts towards Nashville's country
(Movin' On, Hard Times). But the standout track is
a barrelhouse boogie with a Creedence Clearwater Accent,
Can't Tie That Knot.